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Thinking about Relocating : need advice to make the relocation easier

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That is a great thing to be relocating. I am relocating as well and I am finding out that it is hard to get everything in order and just get the small things taken care of. I find that these tips are the best and they are:

1. Start early

2. Get all paper work in order early for work.

3. Get the relocation papers ready to go.

4. Call people to let them know about the new address.

I wish you all of the best.

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Please may I have some advice I have applied for a band 6 post and I have to do a presentation. This is the title 'How would you know you were delivering a high quality specialist palliative care service in the community?'

At present I am a band 5 and I have had 10 years post registration experience and the last three years I have worked in a hospice my interview is on 14 December. I really would appreciate your help. Thanks so much.

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Congratulations in looking into your relocation. I have just relocated myself and I did these following steps which I believe will help you:

1. Google the location that you are trying to relocate.

2. Go to your local library and get some books on your new location.

3 Ask your employer for information about your new location too.

I hope this helps you out and congratulations to you.

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Here is what I would do:

1. Ask questions in your community about this aspect.

2. Ask your members of the community what they want to see or are looking for.

3. Write a survey questionaire and ask the people in the community for their opinions.

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